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First Communion

First Communion

Children who attend Transfiguration of the Lord Catholic Church in Upper Sandusky recently received their first Holy Communion. Pictured are (front row, from left) Zack Thiel, Evan Kinley, Atleight Vent,…

New doctor joins Mid Ohio team

New doctor joins Mid Ohio team

Dr. Penny Shepherd has been a practicing chiropractor for 13 years and recently joined Mid Ohio Chiropractic & Acupuncture to focus more on patient care than the business side of…

Wyandot Co. realtor named to Community First Bank’s B.O.D.

Wyandot Co. realtor named to Community First Bank’s B.O.D.

FOREST — Community First Bank, a subsidiary of Community First Bancshares Inc., of Forest, Kenton and Upper Sandusky recently announced Douglas Walton has been elected to the board of directors.…

Graduation day

Graduation day

Congressman Bob Latta (front, third from right) recently conferred certificates upon graduates of an Upper Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce-sponsored Wyandot County Local Government Leadership Academy. Participants attended 10 classes,…

HHWP CAC to hold next small business training

Recruitment is underway for the next small business development training class offered by the Hancock Hardin Wyandot Putnam Community Action Commission. Thirteen classes will run from 5:45-8:45 p.m. every Thursday…

Carey’s CSP gets certificate for quality products

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Continental Structural Plastics, a global leader in light-weight composite solutions, recently announced its facilities in Carey and Tijuana, Mexico, each has received a certificate of achievement for…

Wyandot Boys win state-qualifying tournament

Wyandot Boys win state-qualifying tournament

The Wyandot Boys 8-and-younger baseball team won a state qualifier tournament Sunday in Marion. The team went 2-1 in pool play, defeating Bellevue, 21-11, and Galion JABC, 8-4, before losing,…

District games to begin today

Four district semifinal baseball and softball games featuring five teams from the area were scheduled today with another one scheduled Thursday. In Division IV softball, two of the hottest teams…

John Paulin

John “Neil” Paulin died Saturday, May 17, 2014 at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital, Oregon. Born March 10, 1935 in Upper Sandusky, he was a son of the late Dale…

USHS seniors take home scholarships

USHS seniors take home scholarships

Upper Sandusky High School held its annual senior awards night Monday, with many students taking home awards and scholarships. Scholarships and winners were Cody Collins and Kelsi Knapp, academic boosters;…